School of Medicine 2022 Highlights
As 2022 draws to a close, it's an opportunity to look back at some of our our favorite stories from the past twelve months.
The physician and infectious disease expert talks about the momentum she’s built after a year as dean ad interim, the future of medical education, and the school’s integration with Tufts Medicine.
Practicing physicians affiliated with Tufts’ clinical partners help School of Medicine students develop personally and professionally through a coaching program.
Kacey Sabourin, MG21, was frustrated with the lack of diagnostic options available due to COVID-19, so the School of Medicine alum decided to investigate her sister’s symptoms herself.
The Community Service Learning program through Tisch College and the School of Medicine offers medical students opportunities for hands-on practice in aspects of health care outside clinics.
A longtime physician and faculty member at Tufts University School of Medicine is the author of a new book about how war affects health.
The new Doctor of Physical Therapy programs at the School of Medicine are graduating the first cohort of students and opening new locations in the Western U.S.
The new center is part of the School of Medicine and will focus on protecting Black women through the birthing experience by advocating for equitable quality care.
Four graduating Tufts University School of Medicine students reflect on their paths and reveal where they will soon serve as residents.
In the clinic he helped found, Robbie Goldstein serves a population long disenfranchised by the health care system.
Under the Tufts name, the university and the health care system will work together to advance care through education and research.